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Kaitlin McCormick-Huhn Ph.D.

Kaitlin McCormick-Huhn, Ph.D.

Graduate Assistant


Biography:

Kaitlin McCormick-Huhn is a postdoctoral fellow in the Workplace Law Program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Law. She earned a dual-title Ph.D. in Psychology (Social Psychology Area) and Women’s Studies from Penn State. In her research, she examines gender stereotyped judgments of emotion, proposes methods to infuse intersectionality into psychology, and develops interdisciplinary interventions to mitigate the effects of bias in workplaces and schools. For the WAGES project, she has evaluated effectiveness of WAGES-Academic with faculty and administrators over time and conducted focus groups with STEM faculty and graduate students. Dr. McCormick-Huhn developed WAGES-Business for the business workplace and is currently developing a WAGES intervention for the legal workplace.